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Published by Booth University College, 2018-06-22 10:54:15

2016-2017 Annual Report

2016-2017 Annual Report

ANNUAL MISSION STATEMENT:
REPORT
2016/17 William and Catherine Booth University College, a
Christian university college rooted in The Salvation
Army’s Wesleyan theological tradition, brings together
Christian faith, rigorous scholarship and a passion for
service. The University College educates students to
understand the complexities of our world, to develop
the knowledge and skills necessary to be active
contributors to society, and to know how Christian
faith compels them to bring hope, social justice and
mercy into our world.

Dear Friends of Booth University College, 2016/17 Board of Trustees
It is with sincere gratitude that I extend thanks on behalf of our
students and community to you, our kind and generous donors. In Chair: Colonel Glen Shepherd
our 35th anniversary year of 2017, we celebrated, and we grew. Vice-Chair: Colonel Mark Tillsley – until January 2017
This growth is evidenced in progress against our strategic plan, Vice- Chair: Colonel Lee Graves – effective January 2017
“Vision 2020: The Road to Booth University,” and it is reflected in 2nd Vice-Chair: BGen (Ret'd) Linda Colwell – effective January 2017
the impact Booth UC students and graduates are having across Treasurer: Lt. Col. Lee Graves – until January 2017
Canada and internationally in service, employment and ministry. Treasurer: Lt. Col Fred Waters – effective January 2017
Some of the highlights from 2016-2017 include achieving our Executive Secretary: Lt. Col Jamie Braund
largest student enrolment to date, expanding academic programs Member: Ms. Ivy Burt
both on our Winnipeg campus and through the School for Member: Ms. Debra Carew
Continuing Studies, and completing building renovations to Member: Dr. Norman Hunter
ensure students can thrive on campus. We issued the first edition Member: Dr. Cynthia Miree-Coppin
of Booth UC Connect in September 2016 and launched a new Member: Major Shari Russell
program designed specifically for Salvation Army Kroc Center Member: Mr. Shawn Way
leaders across the USA. We became a partner in the Winnipeg Member: Dr. Michael Boyce – until October 2016
Indigenous Accord and formed an Indigenous Advisory Council. Member: Professor Buetta Warkentin – effective February 2017
This Council is developing strategies that will ensure an integrated
approach to Booth UC’s response to the Truth and Reconciliation TOTAL SCHOLARSHIPS & BURSARIES AWARDED
Commission Calls to Action.
The ability to pursue our institutional dreams and goals is $252,308
nourished by the faithful prayers and support of individuals and
organizations. In everything we do we endeavour to be wise
stewards of the gifts you provide. As you read this annual report
and the Spring 2018 edition of Booth UC Connect, I trust they will
confirm to you the impact your gifts make and inspire you to
continue your support.
God bless you,
Dr. Marjory Kerr

Booth University College is grateful for the generous support it receives from a number of organizations. The funds provided, often
designated for specific projects, allow the University College to extend its reach and to improve the quality of education available to
its students. Thanks to their support, we have been able to serve students from Winnipeg, across Canada and from around the world.

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS Booth University College is grateful for the support it
receives annually from many generous individuals and
REVENUE: $2,297,646 organizations. A special thank you to the following who
Tuition/Fees $ 233,493 gave during the period from July 1, 2016, to June 30, 2017.
Auxiliary Enterprises $ 429,602
Room & Board $ 76,290 (Listed in alphabetical order.) Shannon MacTavish
Donations & Private Gifts $1,444,750 Kristina Majowski
Territorial Headquarters Allocation $1,273,117 Anonymous (7) Ted and Jean Matzig
Interest & Other Grants from THQ Endowment $ 368,600 Wilbert and Bertha Abbott Gordon and Nettie McBride
Province of Manitoba Grant Jeff and Graciela Arkell Nicola and Colin McDougall
$6,123,498 Cheryl Atkinson Robert and Grace McMeechan
Perry and Belinda Baker Leonard McNeilly
TUITION/FEES 6% Bernice Bessant Georgina McSherry
AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES 21% Joanne Biggs Ruth Meakings
ROOM & BOARD Earle and Jean Birt Cynthia Miree-Coppin
DONATIONS & PRIVATE GIFTS 37% BMO Financial Group Diane Moore
TERRITORIAL HEADQUARTERS Bernard and Ann Borden Ruth Moore
ALLOCATION 24% Cyril and Helen Boyden Meagan Morash
INTEREST & OTHER GRANTS Lulu Brace Raymond and Marilyn Moulton
FROM THQ ENDOWMENT 7% 4% Jamie and Ann Braund Chris Nelson
PROVINCE OF MANITOBA GRANT 1% Dorothy Brown Maxine Nickel
Janice Brown Glenn and Jacqueline Patrick
EXPENSES: $1,367,654 Bonnie Bryant Robert Perry
Instruction $ 655,266 Jim and Pat Burden Allen and Janet Petersen
Academic Support $ 557,352 Stanley and Marjory Burditt Carole Pickering
School for Continuing Studies $ 196,430 Chantel Burt and Stephen Sutherland Allison Pollett
Student Development $2,220,320 E F (Manny) and Brenda Burt Ron Price
Institution Support $ 658,856 Ivy Burt George and Marion Prior
Operations & Maintenance $ 331,348 Linda Colwell Herb and Lois Rader
Hospitality Services $ 34,888 Harvey and Emma Compton Robert and Shirley Ratcliff
Interfund Transfer (net) $6,022,114 Basil and Nellie Craddock Stanley and Dorothy Ratcliffe
Grayling and Jacqueline Crites William and Marion Ratcliffe
INSTRUCTION 1% Jim and Meta Crow Jonathan and Irene Raymond
ACADEMIC SUPPORT 5% Thomas Davis Rowena Reader
SCHOOL FOR CONTINUING STUDIES 11% Joanne Davison Regular Power Clarke Bennett Lawyers
STUDENT DEVELOPMENT Joan Dehmel Alfred and Ethel Richardson
INSTITUTION SUPPORT 23% Suzette Desloges Patricia Ritchie
OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE Frances Duffett Benita Robinson
HOSPITALITY SERVICES 37% 11% Carol Dutchak Raymond and Audrey Rowe
INTERFUND TRANSFER (NET) 9% Lloyd and Ruth Eason Henry and Elva Rowsell
Harry and Meta Elliott Joan Rowsell
Net Income/Loss: 3% Margaret Foley Tom S. and Sylvia F. Royan
Robert and Ruby Froude John and Elsie Shatto
$ 101,384 Larry and Phyllis Fudge Roland and Lorraine Shea
John and Lorraine Gerard Garland and Daisy Skeard
Auditing Firm: KPMG Ralph and Shirley Godfrey Denis and Faye Skipper
Rolf Guenther Gilbert St-Onge
Angus and Sandra Haggarty Irene Stickland
Estate of Bruce Halsey Raymond and Joan Stratton
Wilf and Verna Hammond Max and Doreen Sturge
James and Priya Hardman The Province of Manitoba
Paul Harland The Salvation Army- AB Division
Ray and Cathie Harris The Salvation Army- BC Division
Daisy Hatt The Salvation Army- NL Division
Lloyd and Margaret Hetherington The Salvation Army- Prairie Division
Edwin and Phyllis Hiscock The Winnipeg Foundation
Dave and Gwen Holland Ian and Ann Tilley
Brenda Holnbeck Don and Ruth Timmerman
Renee Horton Gary and Marion Venables
Carson Janes Edith Verstege
Audrey Jennings-Smith Ruth Watkin
Jewish Foundation of Manitoba Frank Watson
David Johnson Shawn and Kim Way
Marjorie Johnstone Dean and Peggy Whitbread
Linda and Byron Kean David and Joan Wilder
Donald and Joyce Kerr Douglas Wilder
Marjory Kerr J. Gordon and June Wilder
Ruth King Len and Laura Williams
Brian Kirk Karen Wilson
David Lewycky Denise and Mark Young
Marilyn Luginbuhl Linda Zimmerman
Shirley Luther
Janice MacLean


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